Spain's Bitart New Media and Ilusion Optica, the companies behind Roberto Caston's Berlin sales hit "Ander," are reteaming on Caston's sophomore pic, "Los Tontos y los estupidos."
Longterm Luc Besson associate Christophe Lambert has been tapped as the new CEO of EuropaCorp, Besson's production, distribution and international sales powerhouse.
Two of Latin America's most striking directorial talents, Argentina's Pablo Fendrik and Lucia Puenzo, have teamed to write suspenser "Hombres de humo" (Smoke Men).
President Nicolas Sarkozy has chosen Remy Pflimlin to replace Patrick de Carolis as the president of pubcaster France Televisions when he steps down Aug. 23, the first time the appointment has been…
Cannes competish title "On Tour," which drew the director nod for French thesp-turned-helmer Mathieu Amalric, has been picked up in key European territories.
Luc Besson's EuropaCorp has teamed up with Paris-based Elzevir Films to produce French director Radu Mihaileanu's dramedy "La Source des femmes."
An estimated 670 million people -- six times CBS' record 2010 Super Bowl TV aud -- are set to see part of the FIFA World Cup soccer final live on July 11.
When Mahamat-Saleh Haroun's "A Screaming Man" became the the first film from Chad to screen in Cannes' Official Selection in May, France's vital role in backing arthouse cinema worldwide was also on…
In its eighth year, Paris Project, the co-production and development market linked to the Paris Cinema Intl. Film Festival, is adding four films in post-production to its screening lineup and opening…
As eclectic as the French capital, the Paris Intl. Film Festival continues to balance out a purist world cinema competition lineup and a more mainstream selection of Gallic premieres.
This year's Paris Cinema Intl. Film Festival will unspool with a wide-ranging all-night screenings series.